Tuesday September 16th 2014

Posts Tagged ‘labyrinth quilts’

Show and Tell

Show and Tell

Pat Moore and I met at a guild meeting years ago, so I was thrilled when I found out  she’s a TQL subscriber. Pat’s feet are planted firmly on both sides of the quilting fence. She’s a historian who collects old quilts and loves research and reproduction [Read More]

There is a difference!

Pop quiz: what’s the difference between a labyrinth and a maze? I didn’t know either, until Meg Cox introduced us to Laurel Reinhardt in the June issue. Laurel, a former psychologist, uses the labyrinth as it has been used since ancient times – as a spiritual tool. [Read More]

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Get Your Game On at Des Moines!

(Note: the number of jelly roll strips has changed.) What would be more fun than making some new quilting friends and [Read More]

Free Pattern: MIDNIGHT DREAMS

Free Pattern: MIDNIGHT DREAMS

Marjorie Rhine designed MIDNIGHT DREAMS to make use of the variable colors that are often natural to batiks. What a [Read More]

Poole Wins Best Home Machine Workmanship at Grand Rapids in 2015

Joanie Zeier Poole won the award for Best Home Machine Workmanship at the 2014 AQS QuiltWeek Contest in Grand Rapids, [Read More]

Light It Up…or Not! A How-To From Gammill

Light It Up…or Not! A How-To From Gammill

Gammill Quilting Artist Karen Marchetti is here to show us why lighting is SO important–and how you might be able [Read More]

Sidewalk Quilt Art Winners at Chattanooga

Sidewalk Quilt Art Winners at Chattanooga

When you arrive at AQS QuiltWeek – Chattanooga, Tennessee 2014, among the first pieces of quilt art you will see are [Read More]

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